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Sony Alpha a7 II Full-frame Mirrorless Camera - Black

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Sony Alpha a7 II Full-frame Mirrorless Camera - Black

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Minimize blur in every shot with the world’s first in-body 5-axis image stabilization in a full-frame camera. Best of all, it works with your favorite lenses. With 24.3MP resolution, super-fast autofocus and a compact design, you’ll capture breathtaking imagery and video that is more stable than ever. <p><b>Key Features:</b></p>

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Minimize blur in every shot with the world’s first in-body 5-axis image stabilization in a full-frame camera. Best of all, it works with your favorite lenses. With 24.3MP resolution, super-fast autofocus and a compact design, you’ll capture breathtaking imagery and video that is more stable than ever.

Key Features:

  • World’s first 5-axis in-body image stabilization in a full-frame camera.
  • Use your favorite lenses without blur from camera shake.
  • Capture stunning images with full-frame, 24.3MP resolution.
  • Fast hybrid AF with phase-detection - 30% faster than α7.
  • Compatible with Sony’s E-mount lenses, and others with adaptors.
  • High contrast, 2.4-million dot OLED EVF for eye-level framing.
  • Record Full HD in XAVC S format up to 50Mb/s.
  • 3" LCD screen tilts up and down for easy high/low-angle framing.
  • Simple connectivity to smartphones via Wi-Fi®/NFC.
  • Tether your camera to a PC for Remote Camera Control.

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Specifications

Brand
Sony
Model
ILCE7M2K/B
Number of Megapixels
24.3 MP
Manufacturer Part Number
ILCE7M2K/B
Features
High-contrast high-resolution XGA OLED Tru-Finder, 5-axis image stabilization, Area-specific noise reduction, 35mm full-frame 24.3-megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor, 5fps AF/AE shooting with accurate tracking, 1 year SONY USA Warranty
Condition
New
Color
Black
Wireless Technology
Wi-Fi, NFC
Optical Zoom
2.5x
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
5.00 x 3.90 x 2.40 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.3
61 reviews
5 stars
31
4 stars
23
3 stars
4
2 stars
1
1 star
2
Top Positive Review
6 customers found this helpful
Great Camera
No doubt this is a great full frame camera in a small package! I have also the a6000 which to be honest has more shoot time on it than the a7ii. Something i just love about the super compact 6000 but this review is about the a7ii so i will leave only my thoughts on this model. I have shot canon and nikon and still have a d810 and love it, but carrying all the weight on my treks are wearing on me and my back and shoulders. The a7ii is fantastic with just a couple of gripes i have with it. One being the control dial on the back used for shutter speed adjustment is just too recessed and i wish it was metal and knurled like the exposure comp dial which feels great! The only other thing i wish sony would do is let us program a button to toggle viewfinder and lcd panel. The recent firmware update from sony did finally give an option to set either the viewfinder or lcd or auto which is nice as it now turns the lcd off completely when i have it set to viewfinder only which helps to conserve battery but still needs a button to toggle back and fourth cause when you have it set to viewfinder only and want to review a shot or change a setting in the menu you will have to look through the viewfinder to see the settings unless you look through the menu through the viewfinder and find the setting to turn the lcd back on again which is time consuming as well as frustrating. The reason i loved nikon is for the fantastic dynamic range and most of that comes from using sony sensors which i love. The kit lens that came with the a7ii was surprising me as it was really nice until just two days ago it out of the blue just started making clicking noises when the camera woke from sleep and would not autofocus or let me change f-stop and the lens was only a month old and i did try it on the a6000 body and it did the same thing so i know it was the lens and is now on its way to sony service center which i am a little disappointed from it being still relatively new but hopefully it will come back quick and be right? I am really looking forward to seeing the a7rii version as well as what sony does with the a6000 successor.
Top Negative Review
27 customers found this helpful
Works great except 1 fatal flaw: AF inconsistency
I really want to like this camera. In addition to the camera and kit lens, I also have the 55mm F/1.8, 16-35mm F/4, and 70-200mm F/4 lenses. I like the color and contrast of these lenses. The camera is light and has a lot of useful features. However, there is one fatal flaw: the auto focus is inconsistent and inaccurate at times. I have contacted Sony support and they escalated the issue to Level II support. A few days later, I received a phone call from them at 7am in the morning and left me a voice mail. He asked me to write down my issues in email and sent to them. So I did. But I still have not heard back from them. Let me state my AF issue here. Some of my photos turn out slightly blurry. I have been trying to figure out how to improve it for a few months. Then I did the following experiments and believe that Sony A7II's AF is not accurate and inconsistent under certain conditions: The experiment is as follows. Use the 55mm F/1.8 lens and set the camera at AF-S, aperture priority, center focus, and auto ISO. Try to use the AF function to lock the focus with aperture at F/1.8. Then try again at F/22. F/22 would take longer to focus, which one would think is fine. Then please switch to AF-C. This will allows the camera to continuously focus on the subject. Try to focus with aperture at F/1.8 and F/22 again. You will find that the camera cannot lock the focus at F/22, or take much longer time to lock than AF-S. It also appears to me that the AF-C with F/22 does not lock the focus and it simply times out. This indicates that AF-S does not always give you the accurate focus you need. I can demonstrate the AF problem consistently. Depending on the lighting condition, it shows as early as F/4.0. Mirrorless camera has come a long way. But I am very disappointed that the single most important function, auto focus, is so poor.
Top Positive Review
6 customers found this helpful
Great Camera
No doubt this is a great full frame camera in a small package! I have also the a6000 which to be honest has more shoot time on it than the a7ii. Something i just love about the super compact 6000 but this review is about the a7ii so i will leave only my thoughts on this model. I have shot canon and nikon and still have a d810 and love it, but carrying all the weight on my treks are wearing on me and my back and shoulders. The a7ii is fantastic with just a couple of gripes i have with it. One being the control dial on the back used for shutter speed adjustment is just too recessed and i wish it was metal and knurled like the exposure comp dial which feels great! The only other thing i wish sony would do is let us program a button to toggle viewfinder and lcd panel. The recent firmware update from sony did finally give an option to set either the viewfinder or lcd or auto which is nice as it now turns the lcd off completely when i have it set to viewfinder only which helps to conserve battery but still needs a button to toggle back and fourth cause when you have it set to viewfinder only and want to review a shot or change a setting in the menu you will have to look through the viewfinder to see the settings unless you look through the menu through the viewfinder and find the setting to turn the lcd back on again which is time consuming as well as frustrating. The reason i loved nikon is for the fantastic dynamic range and most of that comes from using sony sensors which i love. The kit lens that came with the a7ii was surprising me as it was really nice until just two days ago it out of the blue just started making clicking noises when the camera woke from sleep and would not autofocus or let me change f-stop and the lens was only a month old and i did try it on the a6000 body and it did the same thing so i know it was the lens and is now on its way to sony service center which i am a little disappointed from it being still relatively new but hopefully it will come back quick and be right? I am really looking forward to seeing the a7rii version as well as what sony does with the a6000 successor.
Top Negative Review
27 customers found this helpful
Works great except 1 fatal flaw: AF inconsistency
I really want to like this camera. In addition to the camera and kit lens, I also have the 55mm F/1.8, 16-35mm F/4, and 70-200mm F/4 lenses. I like the color and contrast of these lenses. The camera is light and has a lot of useful features. However, there is one fatal flaw: the auto focus is inconsistent and inaccurate at times. I have contacted Sony support and they escalated the issue to Level II support. A few days later, I received a phone call from them at 7am in the morning and left me a voice mail. He asked me to write down my issues in email and sent to them. So I did. But I still have not heard back from them. Let me state my AF issue here. Some of my photos turn out slightly blurry. I have been trying to figure out how to improve it for a few months. Then I did the following experiments and believe that Sony A7II's AF is not accurate and inconsistent under certain conditions: The experiment is as follows. Use the 55mm F/1.8 lens and set the camera at AF-S, aperture priority, center focus, and auto ISO. Try to use the AF function to lock the focus with aperture at F/1.8. Then try again at F/22. F/22 would take longer to focus, which one would think is fine. Then please switch to AF-C. This will allows the camera to continuously focus on the subject. Try to focus with aperture at F/1.8 and F/22 again. You will find that the camera cannot lock the focus at F/22, or take much longer time to lock than AF-S. It also appears to me that the AF-C with F/22 does not lock the focus and it simply times out. This indicates that AF-S does not always give you the accurate focus you need. I can demonstrate the AF problem consistently. Depending on the lighting condition, it shows as early as F/4.0. Mirrorless camera has come a long way. But I am very disappointed that the single most important function, auto focus, is so poor.
1-10 of 61 reviews

Moved On Up To The Big Times!

Moved up from a Panasonic FZ80, a great camera. Have been extra impressed at the full frame's ability to capture low light photos while holding it in my hands, versus needing a tripod for the Panasonic to take lower light images. Also, the quality and resolution of my photos are better with more balanced contrast, reflecting almost exactly what I see with my naked yes. The A7 iii had arrived, but the new features and much higher price point, well, I could not justify them. Here are some photos I've taken with the new A7 ii.

Great Camera So Far!

Purchased this camera from the South Coast Plaza location. The manager was really helpful and made the sale go smooth. I would say i am a beginner to moderate skill level with these types of camera's, so i am in no way going to get into all kinds of advanced camera lingo yet. haha It feels rock solid, lense interchange is fast and easy. As you can see from the photo, it is super crisp and colors appear to be great. Can't wait get get a Zeiss Prime Lense and mess around with it more!

Favorite Camera Out Of All

This is so far my favorite camera out of 3 that I've owned. I went from Nikon DX and heard so many great news about the Sony Alpha 7 line so i knows I had to try it out. Best decision I've made so far. Quality of pictures are very sharp and colors are amazing. Love the 5-Axis stability.

Try I Again. This is my Second A7II

Purchased an A7II for My wife in 2017, She preferred the RX10 III, so in late 2017 we purchased a RX10 III for her. I started using the A7II and fell in love with this camera. I shoot 99% manually, using back button focus. Unfortunately after about 72,000 pictures the shutter started sticking and having shutter errot issues. I sent this A7II in for repairs and it takes forever for the repairs. Repairs are also expensive. I could not wait for the A7II repairs, so while the 2 YEAR OLD A7II IS in for repairs. My wife and I went and Purchased this New A7II, 04-2019. We love Sony Cameras and as Hobby Photographers, our photos Turn out beautiful without hours of Post editing. Yes even though the first A7II had shutter issue. I love these cameras so much, with an adapter, I use my wives old Minolta mount lenses manually and the camera stabilizer works great. Best combo of lenses for me is Sony 24-240, Sony 90mm macro, Sony Zeiss 35mm. This Camera allows me to have full control with Camera help if needed. Love it.

Unbelievable Value in 2019

I made a big decision to sell my Canon 70D and transition to the Sony A7II with the kit lens and I could not be happier that I did! This Sony A7II is absolutely breathtaking with the overall construction, build quality, and user interface. I purchased this camera after reading tons of reviews about the pros of mirrorless full-frame DSLR's, and seeing how this product leads that Market against competitors such as the 6D, which are thousands of dollars more. It feels great in hand and looks even better. Although today I cannot afford to diversify my photographic offerings through another lens, I am confident with the kit lens that came with it and will be sure to save up for another!

Outstanding entry level Camera

One of the beast Camera so far. I bought the Sony a7II six Months ago and I am very happy ever since. I really recommend with absolute confidence. Take a look the Picture

Great Camera

No doubt this is a great full frame camera in a small package! I have also the a6000 which to be honest has more shoot time on it than the a7ii. Something i just love about the super compact 6000 but this review is about the a7ii so i will leave only my thoughts on this model. I have shot canon and nikon and still have a d810 and love it, but carrying all the weight on my treks are wearing on me and my back and shoulders. The a7ii is fantastic with just a couple of gripes i have with it. One being the control dial on the back used for shutter speed adjustment is just too recessed and i wish it was metal and knurled like the exposure comp dial which feels great! The only other thing i wish sony would do is let us program a button to toggle viewfinder and lcd panel. The recent firmware update from sony did finally give an option to set either the viewfinder or lcd or auto which is nice as it now turns the lcd off completely when i have it set to viewfinder only which helps to conserve battery but still needs a button to toggle back and fourth cause when you have it set to viewfinder only and want to review a shot or change a setting in the menu you will have to look through the viewfinder to see the settings unless you look through the menu through the viewfinder and find the setting to turn the lcd back on again which is time consuming as well as frustrating. The reason i loved nikon is for the fantastic dynamic range and most of that comes from using sony sensors which i love. The kit lens that came with the a7ii was surprising me as it was really nice until just two days ago it out of the blue just started making clicking noises when the camera woke from sleep and would not autofocus or let me change f-stop and the lens was only a month old and i did try it on the a6000 body and it did the same thing so i know it was the lens and is now on its way to sony service center which i am a little disappointed from it being still relatively new but hopefully it will come back quick and be right? I am really looking forward to seeing the a7rii version as well as what sony does with the a6000 successor.

A great camera body for full frame

Now its been 1 year & i have gone through most of the functions & they are great. Moving from dslr to mirrorless was initially a puzzle and was thinking if i have done a right choice, but this model is awesome. This is my hobby hence i cannot make huge investments on lens but i found this body supports all kinds of old lenses using adapter which is a great benefit to me specially with its features Focus Peaking and Magnify Focus. Also the Image Stabilisation is great boon for me. With this price you won't get a better full frame body.

Great camera!

I'm pretty new to photography so consider that with my review. After owning this camera for about 1 year i think i have a decent opinion of it. I've been able to capture some magical moments with this camera from the very start. The a7ii continually amazes me when i pull up the files on a PC and see the amount of color and light that i'm able to adjust. I thought the battery life would be a big issue, and that really isn't the case. It's something I can easily manage. I've purchased an inexpensive dual charger and a couple spare batteries and this is all i need. I've never run out of juice. For a long session i would get to a 2nd battery and be done. I do wish Sony would work on a better Menu system.

My first day. Registration

I'm sure the product is fine. Deciding which of the 5 numbers on the box and camera are the model number vs serial numbers is a real challenge. Try larger type and simple verbage like serial number = ; would save a lot of time.
Hello SteveFoor, Sony takes into consideration all feedback to improve the performance and quality of our products and services. We're always looking to make Sony better. We appreciate your time sharing this feedback. Regards, Zac Sony Social Support
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